CENTRAL PACIFIC #60 JUPITER TRAIN WITH SOUND
Cardboard Cutout Standup / Standee
IN THE CONTINENTAL U.S.
When the eastbound and westbound railroad tracks met at Promontory Summit in 1869, the Central Pacific Railroad #60 (also known as the Jupiter) was there for the Golden Spike ceremony. A replica of the historic 4-4-0 steam locomotive is featured on this 6-foot-tall cardboard cutout and includes a motion-activated sound box of the train chugging along and the whistle blowing.
You can hang it on a wall like a poster, or use the attached easel fold-out piece to make it free-standing. Comes folded for shipping purposes.
This item is printed to order and most orders go out within 2 business days but please allow up to 5 business days for printing, especially during peak periods. Shipping typically takes an extra 2-5 business days.
|Dimensions||72" H x 38" W|
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